After the World Test Championship final against New Zealand, the Indian team will face England, in a series of five Tests, starting in July. While India won the series in 2007, they completely lost in their last three series abroad. Once again, former captain Michael Vaughan predicted a similar fate for the team led by Virat Kohli.
"England will win. It is in England ... I mean everyone should look at the trends of the last few years. Every time England goes to India, it gets defeated. Every time India comes to England, it gets defeated. That is the reality. I think." "England is a home team that is very difficult to beat with the Duke ball," Vaughan told CricTracker.
In 2011, with MS Dhoni, India lost 0-4. After that, India lost 1-3 despite their early lead. Whereas in 2018, India crushed 1-4 under the leadership of Virat Kohli. On the other hand, former India captain Rahul Dravid feels India has a great chance of winning in England. "I really think India has a lot of possibilities this time around," Dravid said during a webinar earlier this month.
“There is no doubt about England bowling. No matter what bowling attack England put in the garden, especially their bowling attack, that would be great. They have a lot of players to choose from and that would be great. But if you look at the top six or seven, you are You really think of a great hitter, a world-class hitter who is Joe Root.”
Not only that, but former England player Monty Banesar also felt that India could be the winner this time, and could crush the opponent 5-0.
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